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If this is windows 8 this may solve the issue please check you are not using hibernate and you have disabled fast boot feature as follow 1- search for power options 2- untick the fastboot options


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Well after a bit of time searching and a bit of help from others along the way, I decided to remove the old version and install a fresh copy. I took everything that I wanted off the wubi install and then um-installed it in Windows. I then installed the latest version via the USB and opted to install alongside Windows. It took a bit of time to get Ubuntu back ...


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You dont need to install Ubuntu. Just make a live USB media using Linux Live USB Creator from Windows. Here is the guide. While creating USB use persistence. What is persistence? Usually, on a live CD or Live USB key, all modifications are discarded when you reboot. The persistence allows you to keep your preferences and data even after ...


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As you have installed Ubuntu inside Windows 7, select Ubuntu from the Windows boot manager and then you will see the Ubuntu GNU Grub2 menu. (or after you select "Ubuntu" from the Windows boot manager, keep Shift pressed and the Grub menu should appear) Then press 'e' to start editing the boot entry. And now you need to change a line in the GRUB2 boot entry ...


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The package bcmwl-kernel-source is correct for your device. If you still have the install DVD or USB, then you can find it and its prerequisite there. Navigate to pool > restricted > b > bcmwl and drag and drop the deb file to your desktop. Now navigate to pool > main > d > dkms and drag and drop dkms to your desktop. Now install both with: cd ~/Desktop ...



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